I took a client last month who signed my standard photography agreement, which is $100 for a 2-hour session which includes online proofs and a $25 credit toward purchases of prints, etc. So I get an e-mail from the husband last week that he just assumed a CD of all the high resolution images came with the sitting fee and that he could not afford my print prices. Now he is insisting I sell him all of my RAW images for $100 because he cannot afford my prints. He said it was his wife's mistake to hire me and he never would have used my services if he'd known what my prices are. I am very competitive for my area and no one I know gives away 50+ RAW images for $100. I personally don't want to give him the RAW images because he knows nothing about photography and will probably butcher the photos. He is obviously not going to be a repeat customer since he doesn't like my prices, but my feeling is that if he didn't look at my price list before he hired me, then there is no room for negotiation at this point. He says he wants the images so he can print them at Walmart where it's cheap. (I personally don't want my work printed at Walmart, but that's another story.) I have told him three times I never sell RAW images but I would gladly sell him a CD of high resolution jpegs at my standard rate. Anyway, he is now bullying me and claiming he is too poor and has to have the RAW photos. I am beside myself. How many times can I say "no" before he stops this. What do you guys do?